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Review: Catching Fire (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 2) by Suzanne Collins

Brief Overview: Against all odds, Katniss and Peeta survived the Hunger Games and became the first ever dual victory. A little hope is a good thing, but too…

Review: Goddess Interrupted (Goddess Test, Book 2) by Aimee Carter

Summary of Goddess Test to Date: Persephone dumps Hades and while several humans have tried to pass the Goddess Test to become his queen, they all failed (and…

Review: Persuade Me by Juliet Archer

Reviewed by Carla F. Persuasion is my favorite Jane Austen novel and so I grabbed this one as soon as I saw it. The appeal of the story…

Review: Desert Warrior by Nalini Singh

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This is the second story that is in the double book (“Lord of the Abyss”) by Nalini Singh.  You will not be disappointed if you…

Review: Bring Me Home for Christmas by Robyn Carr

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Bring Me Home for Christmas is book 16 of the “Virgin River” series. Rich Timm and his sister Becca have just arrived in Virgin…

Review: Bewitching by Jill Barnett

There are a bunch of novels by Jill Barnett that are being released specifically for ebook format this year and Bewitching was one of them. I found out…

Review: The Bride of Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula Book 3) by Marta Acosta

In the third installment of the Casa Dracula series, Milagro finds out that marrying into a vampire family isn’t nearly as glamorous or easy as one might think….

Review: Just One Taste by Louisa Edwards

Wes Murphy was the son of a conman and was raised to be one too. A con gone wrong when he was younger landed him in a halfway…

Review: Mr. Darcy, Vampyre by Amanda Grange

Amanda Grange picks up where Pride and Prejudice ends. Jane and Elizabeth are getting ready for their double wedding, both eager and anxious about the life spreading out…

Review: Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas

Let me start off by saying Derek is one hot hero, he’s like number 11 on my top ten heroes list, just a hairsbreadth from being there. Derek…

Review: Pinch Me by Adena Halpern

Genre: Contemporary, Magic Summary: Lily Burns has been raised to avoid handsome, strong, nice, intelligent men. Her mother (Selma) and grandmother (Dolly) have said over and over that…

Duty and Desire by Pamela Aidan- Guest Review

By: Sasha Muradali, guest blogger Duty & Desire is an interesting addition to the trilogy of Fitzwilliam Darcy: Gentleman by Pamela Aidan. This second installment takes readers through…

Review: Under Her Skin by Susan Mallery

I had some issues with Cruz Rodriguez, the hero of the story. First, he’s paying his nasty evil father blackmail money like a little kid with a secret…

Review: Nancy’s Theory of Style by Grace Coopersmith

To borrow a phrase from Nancy, you will be absolutely thrillified with Grace Coopersmith’s new novel! I was. It was the perfect flirty, happy, sweet, and thoroughly enjoyable…

Review: Never a Mistress, No Longer a Maid (Kellington Book One) by Maureen Driscoll

Story: Nurse Jane Wetherby and Lord Edward Kellington have a very brief and hot affair behind enemy lines at the Battle of Waterloo. Jane convinces Edward (Ned) of…

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